A court in Colorado has mistakenly released more evidence from the Kobe Bryant case.
This time it's from the NBA star's hospital exam. Swabs found DNA from Bryant and the woman accusing him of rape, but none from an unidentified person whose DNA showed up on other evidence.
The defense wants jurors to see the hospital evidence, but the judge says the prosecution doesn't intend to introduce it. He's ordered both sides to come up with an agreement by Friday.
Bryant's lawyers have suggested the 20-year-old accuser had sex with multiple partners around the time of her encounter with Bryant last summer.
All this comes from a sealed file mistakenly posted on a court Web site. The site was shut down after about 40 minutes.
It's at least the third instance of mistaken release of information in this case.
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